I can’t believe we have to say this… but your child is probably definitely not Princess Diana reincarnated.
It’s the definition of clickbait. Despite weeks of reports about American children inheriting British accents after consuming copious amounts of Peppa Pig, Yahoo published an article with the title ‘Princess Diana reincarnated?’: Toddler eerily speaks in full British accent despite being American.
The article reads, “A toddler has gone viral for her mysterious accent, and TikTok is wondering if it could be a case of reincarnation.” Meanwhile, Mom Dom aka @cultofdom clearly states that her toddler is a Peppa fan in her profile bio.
Dom, an American, has a Japanese husband, and their 3-year-old daughter, Hazel, is also American. Hazel talks in a British accent “at all times,” says Dom. Yahoo asks if the toddler’s accent “could be evidence of something more otherworldly…” Like there’s not enough weird stuff legitimately happening on a daily basis.
I compare this type of story to the ones where people see Jesus in their toast.
No-fault to Dom. She clearly points a finger at Peppa and her squad. Yahoo has a different narrative though.
They proceed to regurgitate comments left by TikTok users.
“It makes you wonder if she was British in a past life,” a user proposed.
“She was British in a previous life,” agreed another user.
“Past lives be showing up,” one user commented.
“This is just her past life’s soul coming through,” another user wrote.
“She sounds like a little princess,” one user observed.
“Princess Diana reincarnated?” another user suggested.
Imagine if we continued to build entire headlines around the weird comments people leave in comment sections. Hazel is super cute but I think she’s one of a kind! And until I hear her say, “There were three of us in this marriage,” I’m next level sus.